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AMATEUR SPORT PROFESSIONAL SPORT
5 TIMES EUROPE CHAMPION

1 TIME WORLD CHAMPION

5 TIMES EUROPE CHAMPION

4 TIMES WORLD CHAMPION

1 TIME ABSOLUTE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD

       

STATE DECORATIONS AND GRATITUDES
Red Hrvatskog Trolista - 25 K Decorated by president dr. Franjo Tuğman with decoration of "Red Hrvatskog Trolista" for promoting Croatia in the world
Memorial of the Croatian Liberation War - 17 K Memorial of the Croatian Liberation War - 1996
Written commendation by "1. Hrvatski Gardijski Zdrug" (Military formations of Croatian Army are not similar to NATO formations) - 1998
Gratitudes by "1. Hrvatski Gardijski Zdrug" - for various support and unselfish contribution in equiping and developmenting of "1. Hrvatski Gardijski Zdrug" - 1998
Gratitudes by Croatian military invalides association of Croatian Liberation War - for great contribution and helping Croatian military invalides
Gratitude to Croatian tiger by First Croatian Gardian Corps (in croatian 1. Hrvatski Gardijski Zbor) - for various support and unselfish contribution in equiping and developmenting of brigade - 1994 
Gratitude of the City organization of Croatian Democratic Union - CDU Zagreb (in croatian Hrvatska Demokatska Zajednica - HDZ) - for promoting croatian "statemaking" thought and working on croatian state making 
Numerous gratitudes by Croatian Army brigades and Croatian Army officers

 

SPORT DECORATIONS AND GRATITUDES
CERTIFICATE - International Kushinryu Karate Do Organization - Recognition of Dan Grade - Black belt 4 Dan - 1994
CERTIFICATE - MUAY THAI trainers - 18.01.1997. Amsterdam
CHAKURIKI - OORKONDE - form many world titles and first K-1 winner - 18.01.1997. - Amsterdam
IAMTF - Fourth world championships - 04-13 March 1999.
1989 - The most popular fighter in the world of martial arts - award "Golden glove" by Karate BUDO Magazine Germany
   1. Branko Cikatiæ
   2. Cloude Van Damme
   3. Chuck Norris

 

Branko Cikatiæ - 31 K Sport gear "BRANCO" - 1987 by DANRHO Kick-Box Gloves "BRANCO" - 37 K
Kick-Box Gloves "BRANCO" - 35 K Shues "BRANCO" - 37 K

 

C H R O N O L O G Y
1979 in Milan he became european champion in Full contact - WAKO federation.
1980 London - european champion in Full contact below 79 kg.
1981 In Miami Beach he became world champion in Full contact below 79 kg.
1981 Dublin - once again he wins title of European champion in Full contact below 79 kg in:
1982 Berlin - European champion;
1983 Caen - European champion;
 

His amateur career ended with:
          
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156 fights - 152 victories i 4 defeats.

 

1984 Starts training in dojo Chakuriki school with coach Thom Harinck. European champion title in Thai box wins in:
1985 Amsterdam - European champion;
1986 Paris - European champion;
1987 World champion title in Thai box wins in Amsterdam, and defend the same in Düsseldorf
1988 (below 82.5 kg)
1989, 1990 Amsterdam - winner of the world champion title in Kickboxing
1989 Becomes World champion in Kickboxing - WKA federation in Wissbaden and Frankfurt (below 86 kg)
1990 World champion in Kickboxing - IKBF federation in Zagreb, defended in Amsterdam same year (below 86 kg)
1991 Defended his title of World champion in Thai boxing - Berlin (86 kg)
1992 March - Las Vegas, against Denis Alexi in Kickboxing with tie (+91 kg HW)
1992
June -  Melbourne in WKA federation (Kick-boxing) against "Stan the man" in Superhe-awyweight category  loses on  points
1993 First winner of prestiges tournament in Thai boxing K-1 in Tokyo:
1. fight; Chang Puek - Thailand; wins by KO in first round
2. fight: Satake - Japan; wins by KO in second round
3. fight; Ernesto Hoost - Netherlands; wins by KO in first round
1994 K-1 tournament in Tokyo, in semifinals loses from Satake on points; (wins in 1. fight by KO in 1. round against Andre Manarth (Netherlands))
1997 On KRS Thai box tournament in Tokyo in first round wins with knock-out against american Ralph White.
1998 On Ultimate Fight against american Mark Kerr loses because unapproved punch disqualification.
1998 Zagreb, World champion in WMTA federation against dutch Big M.O.T.
 

In his proffesional career he had:
          
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98 fights; 92 victories, 5 defeats and 1 tie.